When I moved from Ontario, Canada to the Pacific Northwestern United States, I was unable to bring my stockpile with me. It was a situation I wanted to rectify as quickly as possible when I arrived at my new destination.
I began rebuilding my pantry and documenting it in a series that I posted my website. The series, called The Pantry Primer, was very well-received because many of us are in the same situation. We have less food than we wish to have stockpiled, and we’re on a budget, which can make building our stores challenging.
Because lots of us like having a hard copy of the information that we’ve found helpful, I compiled the series into a book, where I expanded on the plan and went into more detail about what you need for a one year food supply. I’m excited to announce that my new book has just been released on Amazon and the Kindle version will be released any day now.
I wanted to keep the price low, so I omitted the glossy photographs. It’s a very simple book with 100 pages of information. I’ve personally tested that information during the rapid creation of a pantry for my family, built from ground zero.
I hope that you find it to be helpful and inspiring.
I want to say thank you, to all of you who read, comment, and correspond. Whether it’s negative or positive, every bit of input that you provide is valued and can help us all to learn. You make every article that much better with your input.